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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Amphibian watchThe dead amphibians could indicate the arrival of a disease that's decimated sa
Amphibian watch
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 38 minutes ago
The dead amphibians could indicate the arrival of a disease that's decimated salamander populations overseas, and scientists here hope they can stop it. Jonathan Kolby, a Ph.D. student at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia, studies the... Read more
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Northern Echo
Witnesses sought to accident which left female motorcyclist with serious injuriesThe collision involved an Aprilia motorcycle being ridden by the injured woman,
Witnesses sought to accident which left female motorcyclist with serious injuries
Northern Echo / Posted an hour ago
The collision involved an Aprilia motorcycle being ridden by the injured woman, who is aged in her fifties and from Eaglescliffe, and a blue Volkswagen Passat being driven by a woman in her forties from Calgary in Canada. The motorcycle rider was... Read more
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Northern Echo
Brave cancer battler to tackle Great North Run months after surgeryMrs Simpson underwent a lumpectomy at Darlington Memorial Hospital in December
Brave cancer battler to tackle Great North Run months after surgery
Northern Echo / Posted 2 hours ago
Mrs Simpson underwent a lumpectomy at Darlington Memorial Hospital in December 2013 but sadly they discovered the cancer covered a larger area than initially thought so a mastectomy was required. This was carried out in February 2014, followed by... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New robot aims to terminate crown-of-thorns starfish threatening reefCOTSBot: New robot aims to terminate crown-of-thorns starfish destroying Great
New robot aims to terminate crown-of-thorns starfish threatening reef
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
COTSBot: New robot aims to terminate crown-of-thorns starfish destroying Great Barrier Reef External Link: COTSBot targets a crown-of-thorns starfish Photo: The crown-of-thorns starfish is being tackled by a range of programs including divers... Read more
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Orange County Register
Water lovers get spiritual at Blessing of the Waves in Huntington BeachHUNTINGTON BEACH – Water lovers of all convictions gathered at Pier Plaza early
Water lovers get spiritual at Blessing of the Waves in Huntington Beach
Orange County Register / Posted 17 hours ago
HUNTINGTON BEACH – Water lovers of all convictions gathered at Pier Plaza early Sunday morning to thank the waves for health, life and joy. “It’s you, and the surfboard, and nature,” Australian surfer and first World Surfing Champion Pete “PT”... Read more
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Northern Echo
Warnings over condition linked to drinking while pregnantKay Branch, midwife consultant for public health at the trust said: “The aim is
Warnings over condition linked to drinking while pregnant
Northern Echo / Posted 22 hours ago
Kay Branch, midwife consultant for public health at the trust said: “The aim is to showcase the very latest information from the world of maternal public health and we are encouraging everyone with an interest in this area to come along whether they... Read more
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chroniclelive
County Durham couple forced to live apart by debilitating Guillain-Barré syndromeFit and healthy, mechanic Ken Longstaff thought he had years of active life ahe
County Durham couple forced to live apart by debilitating Guillain-Barré syndrome
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
Fit and healthy, mechanic Ken Longstaff thought he had years of active life ahead of him. But everything changed when ‘locked-in syndrome’ struck out of the blue. And three years on, the 57-year-old says he and his wife have been reduced to living... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why shouldn't female coaches earn the big dollars?Queensland Firebirds Jenny Brazel had to make significant sacrifices to join th
Why shouldn't female coaches earn the big dollars?
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Queensland Firebirds Jenny Brazel had to make significant sacrifices to join the elite coaching ranks. Photo: Queensland Firebirds At the start of this year, Jenny Brazel had to make a choice. After working at Centrelink for nearly two decades,... Read more
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Scotsman
Brian Wilson: Sturgeon’s dangerous plan for BBC The Pacific Quay protest was a blatant attempt to achieve BBC acquiescence by
Brian Wilson: Sturgeon’s dangerous plan for BBC
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
The Pacific Quay protest was a blatant attempt to achieve BBC acquiescence by mob rule. Picture: John Devlin IT WAS understandable that Nicola Sturgeon sought to create distance between her own... Read more
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Northern Echo
Trip down memory lane to help dementia patientsA HOSPITAL has launched a memory lane appeal to ask the public for donations of
Trip down memory lane to help dementia patients
Northern Echo / Posted 3 days ago
A HOSPITAL has launched a memory lane appeal to ask the public for donations of publications, old photographs and old newspapers for innovative dementia patient care. Middlesbrough's James Cook University Hospital is hopeful that the campaign will... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Dog walker trampled by cows in Yorkshire DalesA DOG walker was airlifted to hospital on Wednesday after being trampled by cow
Dog walker trampled by cows in Yorkshire Dales
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
A DOG walker was airlifted to hospital on Wednesday after being trampled by cows in the Yorkshire Dales. The 55-year-old man, believed to be local, was injured in Redmire, near Leyburn, at about 5pm. It is understood that his dog was found running... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Strong pro field set to battleThe half distance of the 2015 Valley First Challenge Penticton will feature the
Strong pro field set to battle
Penticton Western News / Posted 3 days ago
The half distance of the 2015 Valley First Challenge Penticton will feature the best pro field in more than a decade. Local athletes Jeff Symonds and Jen Annett are part of an impressive field of 49. They are joined by Canadian Olympian Brent... Read more
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Daily Mail
Poppy Delevingne and Laura Bailey for Net-Porter magazine'It's her weapon of choice': Poppy Delevingne reveals the moment social media m
Poppy Delevingne and Laura Bailey for Net-Porter magazine
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
'It's her weapon of choice': Poppy Delevingne reveals the moment social media made sister Cara a 'megastar' overnight in Net-A-Porter interview Poppy Delevingne joins Laura Bailey and Julia Restoin Roitfeld for The Edit Nicole Warne and Chloe... Read more
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Independent
Worried about the potential perils of poohsticks? Luckily, Whitehall is on itIt was enough to make civil service mandarins in Whitehall get nervous. Had any
Worried about the potential perils of poohsticks? Luckily, Whitehall is on it
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
It was enough to make civil service mandarins in Whitehall get nervous. Had anyone stopped, even for a moment, to consider the potential dangers of Poohsticks? Normally the wheels of the Government turn slowly, but this time it sprang into action,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Who's top dog? New research sorts dominant and submissive canine posesDogs being dominant (left) and submissive (right). Credit: Joanne van der Borg,
Who's top dog? New research sorts dominant and submissive canine poses
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
Dogs being dominant (left) and submissive (right). Credit: Joanne van der Borg, Author provided In the first quantitative study on status behaviour in a stable group of domestic dogs, Dutch researchers have identified and categorised dog behaviours... Read more
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Perth Now
Beer geeks rejoice: this pub’s for youESTABLISHED as a British colony, but James Cook was far from the first European
Beer geeks rejoice: this pub’s for you
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
ESTABLISHED as a British colony, but James Cook was far from the first European to explore our shores. The French and the Dutch both had seafaring explorers who passed through these parts. It’s the movements of the latter that inspire the spirit of... Read more
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Northern Echo
Car mounts pavement and hits male in "targeted" hit and runThe victim managed to push his friend out of the way of vehicle before he was h
Car mounts pavement and hits male in "targeted" hit and run
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
The victim managed to push his friend out of the way of vehicle before he was hit. He suffered a large laceration to his back, and is undergoing treatment at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. A car similar to the one described was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Food Rescue group uses pedal power to encourage healthy eating - ABC North Qld - Australian Broadcasting Corporation By Paula Tapiolas and
Food Rescue group uses pedal power to encourage healthy eating
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
- ABC North Qld - Australian Broadcasting Corporation By Paula Tapiolas and Kathleen Calderwood Food Rescue Townsville... Read more
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Northern Echo
Dog walker trampled by cows in Yorkshire DalesHe was flown to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough by the Great No
Dog walker trampled by cows in Yorkshire Dales
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
He was flown to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough by the Great North Air Ambulance Service with serious injuries after being treated at the scene by a doctor. Air ambulance paramedic Jane Peacock, who attended the incident, said: "We... Read more
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Northern Echo
Charity cyclist who set up Fat Lads on Bikes suffers serious injuries after colliding with a wallDespite his injuries, the offshore worker, is relieved to be alive and believes
Charity cyclist who set up Fat Lads on Bikes suffers serious injuries after colliding with a wall
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
Despite his injuries, the offshore worker, is relieved to be alive and believes if it wasn't for his cycle helmet the accident could have easily proved to be fatal. Until, today (Wednesday, August 26), he had not seen the footage of the accident... Read more
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Northern Echo
Kyle Hull death inquest branded 'a shambles' after police send wrong officer to hearingREMEMBERED: Friends of Kyle Hull release balloons in his memory at 4Motion skat
Kyle Hull death inquest branded 'a shambles' after police send wrong officer to hearing
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
REMEMBERED: Friends of Kyle Hull release balloons in his memory at 4Motion skate park in Darlington earlier this year. Picture: STUART BOULTON His family had expected to get answers about the 15-year-old’s death at an inquest this afternoon... Read more
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Northern Echo
Kyle Hull death inquest "a shambles" after police send wrong officer to hearingREMEMBERED: Friends of Kyle Hull release balloons in his memory at 4Motion skat
Kyle Hull death inquest "a shambles" after police send wrong officer to hearing
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
REMEMBERED: Friends of Kyle Hull release balloons in his memory at 4Motion skate park in Darlington earlier this year. Picture: STUART BOULTON His family had expected to get answers about the 15-year-old’s death at an inquest this afternoon... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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The Courier
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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The North West Star
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean waveWith countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Ala
Windsurfing a wild Southern Ocean wave
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down, Melbourne student Alastair McLeod has become the first person to windsurf the fearsome Eddystone Rock wave off southern Tasmania. With countless tonnes of Southern Ocean chasing him down,... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
JLL Bolsters Retail Research ArmJames Cook of JLL INDIANAPOLIS�JLL recently decided to bolster both its retail
JLL Bolsters Retail Research Arm
GlobeSt.com / Posted 5 days ago
James Cook of JLL INDIANAPOLIS�JLL recently decided to bolster both its retail brokerage and property management services by acquiring the Los Angeles-based Wilson Retail Group and San Francisco-based Shelter Bay. And now it has decided to boost its... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearanceFlat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearance
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday and sent freight train tubes spinning down rocks lining Botany Bay's southern entrance. Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday... Read more
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The Young Witness
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearanceFlat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearance
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday and sent freight train tubes spinning down rocks lining Botany Bay's southern entrance. Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday... Read more
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Western Advocate
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearanceFlat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearance
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday and sent freight train tubes spinning down rocks lining Botany Bay's southern entrance. Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearanceFlat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday
Sydney's heaviest wave makes a rare appearance
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday and sent freight train tubes spinning down rocks lining Botany Bay's southern entrance. Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Surf's up: Sydney's heaviest wave comes to townPro surfer Perth Standlick stands tall in a clean barrel at Cape Solander on We
Surf's up: Sydney's heaviest wave comes to town
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Pro surfer Perth Standlick stands tall in a clean barrel at Cape Solander on Wednesday. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Flat as a tack for weeks, the ocean finally rose out of the depths on Wednesday and sent freight train tubes spinning down rocks lining... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings: Central Queensland UniversityGood Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings, Central Queensland Universi
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings: Central Queensland University
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings, Central Queensland University says Photo: Central Queensland University said it was already difficult attracting students to regional campuses and poor star ratings had not helped. (ABC TV - file... Read more
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Queensland Times
Research team focuses on heart disease ‘time bomb’A TEAM at the University of the Sunshine Coast is carrying out vital research i
Research team focuses on heart disease ‘time bomb’
Queensland Times / Posted 5 days ago
A TEAM at the University of the Sunshine Coast is carrying out vital research into "forgotten" cardiovascular conditions. Assoc Prof Chris Askew, who leads the university's VasoActive research group, said the prevalence of cardiovascular disease in... Read more
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Northern Echo
Blue comedian shows his true colours with charity workHe also composed a song, named simply Zoe’s Place, which has become the theme t
Blue comedian shows his true colours with charity work
Northern Echo / Posted 5 days ago
He also composed a song, named simply Zoe’s Place, which has become the theme tune of the hospice and can be downloaded online. “I would like to pay tribute to my lovely friends from across Teesside who have helped us amass this cash for a wonderful... Read more
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ITV.com
Council housing scheme shortlisted for prestigious awardThe development on Marlborough Avenue in Askern, designed by Doncaster Council’
Council housing scheme shortlisted for prestigious award
ITV.com / Posted 5 days ago
The development on Marlborough Avenue in Askern, designed by Doncaster Council’s Construction Services Design Team has been shortlisted for an award for Excellence in Architectural Technology. Previous winners of the prestigious Chartered Institute... Read more
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Silver City Sun-News
3 places to stay on the Oregon CoastThe view from a colored window at the Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast, i
3 places to stay on the Oregon Coast
Silver City Sun-News / Posted 6 days ago
The view from a colored window at the Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast, in the old lightkeeper's quarters, north of Florence, Ore. Before automation, three resident lightkeepers once worked to keep the lighthouse flashing 24 hours a day.... Read more
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Northern Echo
Quick-acting lifeboatmen and women take to the road to help injured motorbikerA MOTORCYCLIST who was involved in a crash on a North-East sea front was treate
Quick-acting lifeboatmen and women take to the road to help injured motorbiker
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
A MOTORCYCLIST who was involved in a crash on a North-East sea front was treated by a paramedic and RNLI first aiders who happened to be on a training day nearby. The rider of the Suzuki motorbike, in his 20s, had been in collision with a black Ford... Read more
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The Columbian
Three places to stay on the Oregon CoastTo mark the state’s 1959 centennial, Oregon issued auto license plates bearing
Three places to stay on the Oregon Coast
The Columbian / Posted 8 days ago
To mark the state’s 1959 centennial, Oregon issued auto license plates bearing the motto “Pacific Wonderland,” and justifiably so. Oregon’s 362 miles of oceanfront is a sea-stacked, highway-winding, sailor-challenging, tourist-pleasing coastline to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Eddie Mabo's epic fight for land rights changed Australian law and historyEDDIE Mabo's love for his homeland drove the proud Torres Strait Islander to un
Eddie Mabo's epic fight for land rights changed Australian law and history
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
EDDIE Mabo's love for his homeland drove the proud Torres Strait Islander to undertake a 10-year legal battle that rewrote Australia’s history. Tragically he would not live to see victory. Just after his death in early 1992, the highest court in... Read more
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Northern Echo
Elderly man airlifted to hospital after three car collision near SedgefieldFire crews from Sedgefield and Bishop Auckland attended, along with the ambulan
Elderly man airlifted to hospital after three car collision near Sedgefield
Northern Echo / Posted 9 days ago
Fire crews from Sedgefield and Bishop Auckland attended, along with the ambulance service, the Great North Air Ambulance Service and Durham Road Policing Unit, which tweeted a picture of the accident scene. Andy Bruce, station manager at County... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
James Cook's Lost World, Graeme LayGraeme Lay has produced a grand finale in the Cook trilogy. In this final volu
James Cook's Lost World, Graeme Lay
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Graeme Lay has produced a grand finale in the Cook trilogy. In this final volume of Graeme Lay's fictional trilogy on the life of James Cook, we confront a very different man to the legend or, for that matter, the first two books in the series. The... Read more
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Northern Echo
Staff abused as they try to stub out smoking outside hospitalAnd the initiative has the full backing of the trust's chief executive Professo
Staff abused as they try to stub out smoking outside hospital
Northern Echo / Posted 9 days ago
And the initiative has the full backing of the trust's chief executive Professor Tricia Hart. She said: "I am personally delighted that our trust is not losing the energy to try to deal with a major Public Health issue. We need the support from our... Read more
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